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Having also competed in the 2002 Commonwealth Games in judo and weightlifting, there are few modern-day athletes who can match her versatility.
But to qualify as a wrestler for the Olympics, Evans will have to be in the top sixteen in the world leaving her facing the most important decision of her life.
She said: “The aim is to compete at London 2012 but my career is at a crossroads.
“If I want to compete at the Olympics I will have to give up playing rugby and I need to make this decision by Christmas.
“Reaching 100 caps is something I want but I want to do it on my terms.
“Of the 87 caps I have won I have started and finished 86 of them, coming off the bench once when I was coming back from a broken leg.
“I do not want to pick up caps coming off the bench in the last five minutes.”
Evans’ talents don’t stop there and she has become the first British female rugby player to have a book published: “Yn Erbyn y Ffactore” (Against All Odds) with the English version due to go on sale in January.
And there is little doubt in Evans’ mind about the highlight of her distinguished rugby career: Wales’ first ever victory over England in the 2009 RBS 6 Nations.
“England vs. Wales is a David vs. Goliath encounter,” she added.
“It was the first time we have beaten England and it is a very big thing for Wales.”
“The other rugby highlight in my career was representing the World XV.”
The lowlights would include the 2010 World Cup when Wales were given the unenviable task of qualifying from a group containing Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
And that bad luck followed her to Delhi where she was given a tough draw in the wrestling she had to fight local favourite and eventual gold medallist, Geeta Phogat in her first match.
She said: “Like the Rugby World Cup draw we were given a hard draw.
“I was hoping not to be number five, as the favourite was number six and the first matches were 1v2, 3v4, 5v6, but when I registered for the competition number five came up.
“I wish I could have gone further and that is one of the main motivations for potentially staying in the sport.”
Evans will make her decision over the next few weeks leaving Wales coach Jason Lewis on tenterhooks.